By: Amy Schakel
3 1/2 Stars
There is a new force hitting Fort Collins. The trio that make up Thin Air Crew are out to show you what they are all about in their debut solo album Ghost Town. From the very first song, you can’t miss their unique talent for throwing rhymes together that are creative and easy to understand. Put that with the dynamic rhythms and beats they throw at you and you have this one of a kind album. In every song they get real, they get personal and their message is simple; they do what they want, they do what they like and fuck anyone who tries to get in their way. They rap about copious amounts of weed and women. They rap about big dreams and “Ambitions” (track 6) and their love affair with the great state of “Colorado” (track 7) and to conclude their album, they show just how silly they can be in “FoCo Anthem” where they rap about getting drunk and doing whatever it is they do in this great town. Throwing out dynamic beats with raps to match, this album certainly puts them on the map. Talented as they are, there is always room to grow, and things will definitely only get better from here.